Problem: Three solutions are mixed together to form a single solution; in the final solution, there are 0.2 mol Pb(CH3COO)2, 0.1 mol Na2S, and 0.1 mol CaCl2 present.What solid(s) will precipitate?

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Three solutions are mixed together to form a single solution; in the final solution, there are 0.2 mol Pb(CH3COO)2, 0.1 mol Na2S, and 0.1 mol CaCl2 present.

What solid(s) will precipitate?

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